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Return of Rounders Coaching Ideas

Discussion in 'Physical education' started by planetogg, Jun 9, 2006.

  1. Me too! I've got an interview on wednesday and have to teach rounders- have never taught it before so please please can you get me a copy!

    missandrea@inbox.com
     
  2. I would also love a copy please, if it's not too much trouble!

    Thanks,

    bwilson@sdmail.org.uk
     
  3. Cez24

    Cez24 New commenter

    Hi there,

    Sorry to jump on the bandwagon but I would love a copy as well. PLease email me with the rounders goodies:
    olipage34@googlemail.com
    Thank you xx

     
  4. Hi, Was wondering if you could send any drills to help with the teaching of rounders you have? thanks.
     
  5. Any rounders drills or practices for rounders you could send me would be much appreciated.

    Rockahoney@gmail.com


    thanks :)
     
  6. I think I can asked you elsewhere, but please can I have as much help as possible with lesson plans/resources for all years and rounders.

    I am a trainee teacher and really struggling.

    Thanks
     
  7. Hello everyone
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